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ian kennedy
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

I pulled off a trade! Oh…you don’t care. Fair enough. But I’m here to discuss only one detail…Ian Kennedy. He wasn’t the key part of the deal, but prying him away from his owner was less difficult than I anticipated. To a point, his inclusion felt like a throw-in. Of

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2013 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy BaseballFix Audio

This week host Brett Talley (@TheRealTAL) is joined by Paul Sporer (@sporer) of Baseball Prospectus. If you know Paul, you know he is the starting pitching guru, so that’s exactly what this podcast is about. Brett and Paul talk about everyone from Matt Harvey to Roberto Hernandez and everything in

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

Homer Bailey’s no-hitter on Tuesday marked the fourth time in the history of the National League that a pitcher has thrown 2 straight no-hitters – not two consecutive starts, but the last two no-hitters that the National League has seen. He joins Warren Spahn, Sandy Koufax and Johnny Vander Meer

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballProspects

There is nothing more tempting in fantasy baseball than thinking you just hit the lotto after racing to your free agent list before the other owners in your league to pick up the latest hot shot prospect.  Sure, there is the rare Mike Trout of 2012, but more often than

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

At this point in the offseason, most fantasy sites and experts have reached the consensus that a successful way to conquer a league is to draft or purchase hitting first, second and third. Pitching has become relegated to the middle and late rounds. This strategy has immense value and has

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